If you’re into both science and jewelry you need to check out the DOSe hormone molecule collection from Australian-designed fashion jeweler Rise Shed.
Wouldn't it be cool if you had a necklace or keychain that you could just look at or hold and it would remind you to be happy or cheerful? Well, now you can get one thanks to Rise Shed!
The handcrafted jewelry maker has created a new line of necklaces and keychains featuring the chemical diagrams of the DOSe hormones that make a perfect gift for anyone needing a dose of positive vibes.
Go to https://riseshed.com/collections/hormone-molecule-collection to see the entire range.
According to Rise Shed, DOSe stands for Dopamine, Oxytocin, and Serotonin, otherwise known as the “happy hormone combination.” Biologically speaking, Dopamine is associated with pleasure and well-being, Oxytocin is associated with love and bonding, and Serotonin is associated with happiness and cheer. Rise Shed’s DOSe hormone molecule collection aims to infuse these qualities into one-of-a-kind pieces of jewelry.
The necklaces and keychains in the collection are inscribed with the chemical formula diagrams of the hormones that they represent. For example, the Dopamine pendant has its C8H11NO2 formula molecular structure on it.
All of the pendants, both necklace and keychain, are in dog tag format and are made using high-quality surgical stainless steel. Additionally, the necklaces come with a 24” luxury military chain with an upgraded clasp, and the keychains come with a swivel attachment, both of which are also made using the same surgical stainless steel as the pendants.
You also have a few options to further customize the necklaces and keychains. One option is to get a name, date, or message engraved on the reverse side of the pendant. The other option is to get the pendant and chain or swivel attachment coated in an 18K gold finish.
The collection is inspired by the seventh season of the hit television show The Bachelor Australia, in which two scientifically inclined contestants swapped temporary tattoos and necklaces featuring the Oxytocin hormone.
Despite these origins, Rise Shed is quick to note that the necklaces and keychains themselves do not increase Dopamine, Oxytocin, and Serotonin levels in your body.
“We know that jewelry won’t bio-hack anyone,” said a spokesperson for the company. “Our hope is that the act of giving a gift to another person and having them receive it willingly will trigger a boost of these naturally occurring hormones for both of you. Just embrace your inner nerd and celebrate each other’s chemical geeky-ness.”
Rise Shed was started in 2018 and has grown into a worldwide retailer of custom handmade jewelry.
To order a DOSe hormone molecule necklace or keychain, you can do so by visiting the Rise Shed website, where they are currently offering them for half-price. If you're wanting to explore the rest of their collection, the company also sells a variety of other necklaces, keychains, bracelets, bangles, earrings, message cards and custom made gift items.
Give someone you love and care about a DOSe of well-being today by visiting https://riseshed.com/collections/hormone-molecule-collection